SUNY Oswego News

Wed Mar 29, 2006
Open House to showcase campus April 10

admissions tourHundreds of prospective students and families will see new spaces and learn about life inside and outside the classroom during the college’s 29th annual Open House on Monday, April 10.

Wed Mar 29, 2006
Noted neurologist Oliver Sacks to speak

Oliver SacksNeurologist Oliver Sacks, whose books include “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat” and “Awakenings,” will address issues related to perception, memory, consciousness and creativity at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 18, in the Hewitt Union ballroom. 

Wed Mar 29, 2006
'Little Shop of Horrors' rooted in '50s sci-fi

rehearsal imageSpring, romance and danger are all in the air for characters inhabiting the upcoming production of “Little Shop of Horrors.” The 1950s science-fiction spoof will open April 21.

Wed Mar 29, 2006
Juried art exhibition now showing

hanging artOswego’s 43rd annual Juried Student Art Exhibition is open and showcasing a wide variety of student creations.

Thu Mar 23, 2006
Speaker to expound on Latin American poet

SUNY Oswego will celebrate the work of Nicaraguan poet Ruben Dario on April 7 with a lecture by Dr. Nicasio Urbina of the University of Cincinnati, who is a prominent specialist on Dario’s literary work.

Wed Mar 22, 2006
Penfield display seeks clues to mysterious pictures

checking displayA conductor prepares to strike up a band. Students and dogs enjoy a sunny day outside Hewitt Union. Three people pose in front of a hockey goal. 

Wed Mar 22, 2006
Spring comes alive, literally, for 'Little Shop of Horrors'

Just in time for spring, an unusual plant is growing in Waterman Theatre as the theatre department begins construction on the spring musical “Little Shop of Horrors.”

Wed Mar 22, 2006
Planetarium to present Sunday shows

The Charles H. Jerred Planetarium at SUNY Oswego will host free shows for the public each Sunday in April and May.

Wed Mar 22, 2006
College to host stargazing session

SUNY Oswego will host a spring “Stars over Oswego” telescope viewing event at 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 4, at the Romney Field Observatory.

Wed Mar 15, 2006
Funded student scholarly, creative work sees big jump

Patricia SattelbergCampus grants for students pursuing scholarly and creative activity tripled this year over last year. Forty-seven students working on 43 projects have received grants ranging from $220 to $1,000.

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